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Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Jobs

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Salary + Job Growth
The current average salary for a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician is $216,261 per year, which averages out to about $103 per hour. This salary will vary based on your location, skill set, and years of experience. However, if you have your heart set on a higher salary, you can pursue a job in one of the top-paying states for this role. The states with the highest salaries in this field are as follows (in ascending order): New Jersey, Maryland, Washington, D.C., California, and Wyoming. The salaries in these states range from $237,378, in New Jersey, to $263,617, in Wyoming. This job is expected to grow by 4% by the year 2030.

Some benefits of working as a Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician include having a set schedule, receiving above-average compensation, having a variety of specialization options, and being able to focus on improving the function and quality of patients’ lives.

A Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physician should possess the following skills: attention to detail, leadership skills, ability to work on a team, problem-solving skills, communication skills, and decision-making skills.

Job Duties
In this role, you can expect to perform duties such as examining patients to assess their movements, strength, and communication abilities. You will also be determining treatment plans for patients, monitoring the progress and health of patients and changing treatment plans as necessary, providing tools to improve the health and physical functioning of patients, and providing support and advice to patients receiving long-term care.

Work Environment
Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Physicians practice in rehabilitation centers, hospitals, and private offices.

Although the education requirements to become a physician are abundant, you may decide that you’re interested in pursuing CME, or continuing medical education. You will find Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation-focused organizations and directory-like websites that can help you find CME resources. Some of these resources include podcasts, live or virtual conferences, webinars, videos, and live or virtual courses. Organizations and websites that you can turn to for guidance are as follows: myCME, Mayo Clinic, CMEList, eMedEvents, the Association of Academic Physiatrists, Spaulding Rehab Network, CME Center, Johns Hopkins, and the American Osteopathic Association (AOA).

The Medicus Firm is committed to helping physicians on their journey to find careers that best fit their needs.